Blocked Party

Twitter Genius/Idiot Stefan Heck and comedian John Cullen invite guests on the program to talk about the who and the how of getting blocked on social media. From celebrities to jilted ex-lovers, every block has a story and we’re here to get to the bottom of it.

Episode 119: Lance St. Laurent v. Arthur Chu
Lance St. Laurent (Jeopardy! champ) joins the show to demonstrate that the fraternity of Jeopardy! champions is not guaranteed, as he tells the story of being blocked by past J! champion and noted internet shitheel Arthur Chu. John and Lance also get...
74 min
Episode 118: Lance Storm v. Taz
It's the grand finale of BP Sweeps Month, and we couldn't have capped it off any better, as Lance Storm (former ECW, WCW, and WWF wrestler) joins the program to tell us why you'd have to block a fellow wrestler, and the consequences if you forget to...
82 min
Episode 117: Karen Kilgariff v. A Wraith
BP Sweeps Month continues as Karen Kilgariff (My Favorite Murder) joins the show to talk about getting a very strange follow that led to an immediate block, a follow so bad we won't even mention the person's name in this space. The rest of the episode...
86 min
Episode 116: Brent Butt v. Awful Twitter Usernames
BP Sweeps Month continues as we welcome Canadian hero and comedy legend Brent Butt (Corner Gas) on the show for a look inside his block list. We ask the question, "what's in a name?", as it seems that you can almost immediately tell why Brent would've...
82 min
Episode 115: Julie Klausner v. Pauley Perrette
BP Sweeps Month is here!!! And we kick it off in a big way, as Julie Klausner (actor, author, Double Threat) joins the show to tell us about her one red carpet interview experience: at the Golden Collar Awards, where she runs into Pauley Perrette, the...
85 min
Episode 114: Nick Nemeroff v. A BP Listener
Nick Nemeroff (comedian) makes his return to the show and in a moment of panic that he wouldn't have a great Block Tale, blocks a BP listener to have something to talk about on the show. It's much sweeter than it sounds, and Nick displays his general...
82 min
Episode 113: Darcy Michael v. TikTok
If you're into John getting bullied, this is the episode for you, as returning guest Darcy Michael (comedian, High School Sucked) and Stefan team up to bust John's chops for not owning a cat, never making it in hockey, and an old classic: forcing him...
80 min
Episode 112: Josh Gondelman v. Not Cap'n America
Josh Gondelman (writer, comedian) joins the podcast to tell us the story of a very confusing block that only gets more confusing as we learn that all 3 of the Blocked Boys are also blocked by the very same account. But that hardly matters on this very...
88 min
Episode 111: Allie Pearse v. A Filmmaker Ex
It's a new year but it's the same us, as Allie Pearse (comedian, writer) joins us for a classic Block Tale, where after she breaks up with an ex, he blocks her on everything and then makes a short film where the main character strongly resembles her...
79 min
Episode 110: The 2021 Blocked Party Enemies List
In the second edition of this yearly tradition, John and Stefan eschew a guest in favour of a list of enemies to set the table for the turn of the calendar. 2020 was a year full of ups and (mostly) downs, and we try to predict who will continue into...
83 min
Episode 109: Kofie Yeboah v. Common App
It's an educational episode this week, as Kofie Yeboah (Fumble Dimension, Chillin' with Kofie) lets us know exactly how NOT to apply for college, as he manages to get rejected by eight colleges at once through the American university service Common...
82 min
Episode 108: James Austin Johnson v. A Former P...
James Austin Johnson (comedian) joins the show by telling us before we start recording that "he doesn't have a very exciting Block Tale" and then it turns out to be one of the most personal and messy Block Tales in show history, as him and a former...
99 min
Episode 107: Claire McNear v. MC Hammer
Claire McNear (author, The Ringer) joins us for a lesson in rookie journalism, as she gets blocked by MC Hammer for some, shall we say, unprofessional practices. Block: Hammer Time! Given Claire's new book is about Jeopardy!, the Blocked Boys take the...
77 min
Episode 106: Demi Adejuyigbe v. The CW
Demi Adejuyigbe (comedian, writer) gives us a double dose of blocks: one that makes a great deal of sense, and his feature block, The CW, which really doesn't. We help him try to get to the bottom of this baffling block as he gets blocked by an entire...
80 min
Episode 105: Gina Harms v. A Comedian
Gina Harms (comedian, Dear Pop Culture) joins the show for some more local comedy scene drama, as we get the scoop on open mic "hierarchy" and the entitlement of room-runners in a baffling and childish Block Tale. It's also a big episode this week for...
79 min
Episode 104: Arian Foster v. Jerry Rice
Arian Foster (former NFL All-Pro running back, current Twitch/YouTube streamer and hip-hop artist) joins the show to let us know what can happen when you criticize an NFL legend on Twitter, even if you're an NFL All-Pro yourself. The episode...
75 min
Episode 103: Brendan James v. Steven Crowder
Brendan James (Blowback podcast) joins the show for another pile-on for conservative "comedian" and all-around numbskull Steven Crowder. This Block Tale goes deep into the early origins of Crowder's success and Brendan teaches us that sometimes,...
91 min
Episode 102: Carla Mah v. Men on the Internet
Carla Mah (improviser) joins us to talk about the unique and strange experience of being an Asian woman online, and how it leads to many blocks, almost all for the same reason. It's a spooky episode as we recorded mere hours from Halloween and we get...
89 min
Episode 101: Mack Gordon v. Blues Traveler
It took 101 episodes, but Mack Gordon (actor) helps us get to one of the most notorious name-searchers on all of the Twitter [dot] com (who will absolutely block us once he finds this episode title), John Popper of Blues Traveler. He's such an easy...
90 min
Episode 100: A Celebration!
We made it! We couldn't think of a better way to celebrate a century of Blocked Party episodes than by bringing a bunch of our favourite people on to PARTY (get it?) with us, and boy did we get spoiled! First things first, the Blocked Boys get...
121 min
Episode 99: Maddy Kelly v. A Special Reply Guy
Maddy Kelly (comedian) joins the show to tell us about a very unique "reply guy" situation, where she replies back and he isn't quite sure how to handle it. Maddy offers a lot of other great advice on this episode, like how to properly manage your...
77 min
Episode 98: Cole Hersch v. Tobey Maguire
Cole Hersch (writer, Podcast But Outside) joins the show with one of the earliest-in-life Block Tales we've had, as he got blocked by Spider-Man himself, Tobey Maguire, on AOL Instant Messenger when he was 11. It's a saga with many twists and turns...
75 min
Episode 97: Jemele Hill v. Travis Tritt
Who knew the Kentucky Derby VIP section could be a source of consternation? We learn just how, as Jemele Hill (The Atlantic, Jemele Hill is Unbothered) tells us the story of her positive meeting with country star Travis Tritt over mint juleps and how...
65 min
Episode 96: Sarah Ramos & Caroline Goldfarb v. ...
It's only the second time ever that the BP Studios have been graced with two guests on one main episode, but it's a special occasion as we have Sarah Ramos (actor, filmmaker) and Caroline Goldfarb (comedian, writer) join us to tell us all about their...
82 min
Episode 95: Jack Allison v. Hoarse Wisperer
It's here. The most requested Block Tale in the history of the show is finally here, as Jack Allison (JackAM, Struggle Session) joins the Blocked Boys to talk about the Hoarse Wisperer saga. We get all the gritty details from their initial dealings...
82 min
Episode 94: Brian Gaar v. Chuck Woolery
Brian Gaar (comedian) joins the show to talk about getting blocked by America's favorite game show host over his "pain-free catheter" line of products, and this episode delves into other pain as we chat about Producer Dan's illness. But it's not all...
85 min
Episode 93: Becca v. A Married Guy
The time has come. A guest that has been requested for many moons (both hexed and not), John's partner Becca (writer) joins the show to get into it with the Blocked Boys about the time a married guy got aggressive with her in the DM. The BBs don't...
80 min
Episode 92: Racquel Belmonte v. Ronnie Ortiz-Magro
What do you get when you cross two guys who are recording their third podcast episode of the day and entering some sort of fugue state with a guest who doesn't understand espresso has more caffeine than coffee and drinks an entire mug of it? You get...
80 min
Episode 91: Tony Boswell v. Culture Abuse
Tony Boswell (Minion Death Cult) proves the theory that if you name your band something as dumb as "Culture Abuse", then you probably are very bad at tweeting, being online, and just generally being cool about getting mentioned in a story about a bee...
81 min
Episode 90: Libby Watson v. Glenn Thrush
Libby Watson (writer, The New Republic) joins the show as we begin the countdown to the big 100 with one of our favorite types of blocks, one from a man who loves to wear bad hats! We strike a victory for the Bad Hat Haters, as Libby makes fun of his...
75 min
Episode 89: Jacob Samuel v. Garfield Eats
Jacob Samuel (comedian) joins the show for only our second fully in-studio episode since March, and we waste no time getting down to business, as Jacob has a run-in with the Chief Entergagement Officer of Toronto's weird, Garfield-themed Uber Eats...
89 min
Episode 88: Katherine Krueger v. Jomny Sun
It's another block that's taken a surprisingly long time to get to, given everyone's favorite positivity alien has one of the quickest block fingers online, but Katherine Krueger (writer/editor) joins us to talk about her very early days of Twitter,...
75 min
Episode 87: David J. Roth v. Donald J. Trump
It's a bit shocking that it's taken us 87 episodes to get here, but folks, we finally have the big man himself, the damn Cheeto-in-Chief, in our sights, as our guest, David Roth (writer, Deadspin) joins us to talk about the time he got blocked by...
82 min
Episode 86: Ginny Hogan v. A Twitter Psycho
Ginny Hogan (comedian, author) joins us for an episode that gets weirdly topical for BP, as John gets a COVID test and we dig into the very odd Wayfair conspiracy. And that's not the only conspiracy theory we dig into, folks. ToppingsGate once again...
74 min
Episode 85: Ike Barinholtz v. Jimmy John's
Ike Barinholtz (The Mindy Project, The Hunt) joins us for a rare double block against two monstrous human beings: the guy who owns Jimmy John's (makes bad sandwiches, bad guy) and Sebastian Gorka (eats a lot of sandwiches, bad guy), as neither one of...
69 min
Episode 84: Brandon Ash-Mohammed v. His Family
Brandon Ash-Mohammed (comedian) joins the show for the first time right after hosting a virtual Pride Parade and the Blocked Boys learn a lot as they get into the TLC Tugger, Prince Alberts, and Brandon dons his "Gay Sorting Hat" to identify their...
76 min
Episode 83: Chris James v. The Go Off Kings
Whether he's playing the triangle, the square, or the fiddle, Chris James (comedian, Not Even a Show) is always a fan favourite, and this episode is wild off the hop as some changed plans result in a remote episode with one of our closest friends. The...
77 min
Episode 82: Savannah Erasmus v. Her Ex
We're back in studio again and this time, everyone is here! We're joined by our first in-studio guest in three months, Savannah Erasmus (comedian), who has the most powerful block in the show's history, a flex that will be talked about for episodes to...
91 min
Episode 81: Alex Goldman v. Zappin_Liberals
The Blocked Boys are back, baby! In studio, that is. With the COVID restrictions in BC allowing social gatherings of up to 6, the BBs get together in the BPHQ Studio for the first time since March, and we haven't missed a beat. Well, we think, anyway....
79 min
Episode 80: Grace Spelman v. Kevin Spacey
In an episode that was recorded a week ago and thus feels like it was recorded eons ago, Grace Spelman (writer, musician) joins the show to talk about being blocked by Kevin Spacey, but not for any of the reasons you'd suspect. Call it serendipitous...
87 min
Episode 79: Charles v. John Podhoretz
Our one-named friend Charles (@Ugarles, Hostile Witness podcast) makes his show debut having an argument about religion with noted dumbass and bad Twitter guy John Podhoretz that follows the classic "I've lost this argument, so I will block you...
79 min
Episode 78: Ashley Feinberg v. Lena Dunham
Ashley Feinberg (writer) makes her first appearance on the show a memorable one, as she gives us one of the best Block Tales of all-time, a block that starts in the emails and ends up on Twitter as she questions Lena Dunham's weird relationship with...
80 min
Episode 77: Lydia Burrell v. Ryan Saavedra
Lydia Burrell (musician, comedian) joins the show and since Stefan failed to explain the concept of the show to him properly, delivers a litany of blocks including Steven Crowder and his own governor before concluding with his favourite, right-wing...
86 min
Episode 76: Molly Lambert v. SKD Knickerbocker
Molly Lambert (writer, Night Call) scoops up one of the most prestigious blocks in an election year: the Public Affairs Agency that represents Joe Biden and many others, after she discovers one of their prime tactics for “managing crisis” (it’s...
89 min
Episode 75: Branson Reese v. Scott Adams
One of our favourite targets is BACK, baby! Scott Adams, the creator of Dilbert, returns with a vengeance, and Branson Reese (artist, Rude Tales of Magic) is here to tell us how he managed to get blocked by the trigger-happy cartoonist turned horny,...
85 min
Episode 74: Graham Clark v. The Cast of America...
Graham Clark (comedian, Stop Podcasting Yourself) returns to the show and does something few of our guests have tried to do, in that he tries to get blocked just so he can be on the program. Not only does the brave Graham try to get blocked, but he...
86 min
Episode 73: Alison Stevenson v. Mindy Kaling
Alison Stevenson (writer, comedian) joins us to help get to the bottom of a mystery John calls "The Mindy Project": why did Mindy Kaling block her? It's another Block Tale where we try and help our guest get unblocked, as she cannot figure out how or...
89 min
Episode 72: Eli Yudin v. ?uestlove
Eli Yudin (comedian, What a Time To Be Alive) joins the Blocked Boys and it's clear they're all getting stir-crazy, as this is our longest episode to date, chatting about blocks you didn't know you had, especially when they're from people you respect...
110 min
Episode 71: Nikki Glaser v. DM Sliders
Nikki Glaser (comedian, "Bangin'" out now on Netflix!) gives us a glimpse into the DMs of a female celebrity, and it's uhh....not good. We delve into the push and pull of wanting to possibly meet the right person through the DMs, while also needing to...
81 min
Episode 70: Kate Willett v. John Cusack
Kate Willett (comedian) joins us for our first-ever fully remote episode, as John, Stefan, and Dan all observe social distancing despite living 5 minutes away from each other. The episode is understandably a bit COVID-heavy, as we make sense of this...
81 min
Episode 69: Jaya Sundaresh v. Jon Favreau
It's episode 69 (nice), so you know what that means: it's one life cycle of the podcast, as Jaya Sundaresh (journalist, Jaya Time) brings it all back to where we started, by getting blocked by Pod Save America dweeb Jon Favreau. Like many before her,...
76 min
Episode 68: Adam Christie v. ???
Adam Christie (comedian) refuses to tell the Blocked Boys who his block is, and the surprise paid off for us, so we figure it should have the chance to pay off for you in one of the more memorable Block Tales that ends with the three men in song. The...
82 min
Episode 67: Beth Stelling v. Her Ex-Stepdad
Sweeps Month comes to an end with another huge guest, as Beth Stelling (comedian) joins us to break things off with her ex-stepdad quite a few years after her mom did, as she blocks him live on the show after one of the craziest Block Tales ever....
87 min
Episode 66: Doughboys v. Hoarse Whisperer
It's a podcasting crossover for the ages as we near the end of BP Sweeps Month, with the Doughboys themselves, Nick Wiger and Mike Mitchell, joining the Blocked Boys in the studio. We discuss how being friends with Jack Allison is definitely very good...
79 min
Episode 65: Charlie Demers v. Himself
BP Sweeps Month continues with one of our most requested guests of all-time, Charlie Demers (author, comedian). Charlie has one of the more involved Block Tales ever, as he has an existential crisis over a tweet going viral, and decides to quit the...
109 min
Episode 64: Carlos Maza v. Comfortably Smug
BP Sweeps Month keeps bringing the heat as Carlos Maza (media critic, YouTube, Vox) learns that even if you want to win an ignominious award for being a liberal hack, you can’t stuff the ballot box, as he gets blocked by one of the worst Republicans...
87 min
Episode 63: Taylor Lorenz v. Lin-Manuel Miranda
It's BP's Sweeps Month and Taylor Lorenz (New York Times) takes the beautiful lob pass we've thrown at her and dunks on one of Blocked Party's favorite targets, Lin-Manuel Miranda. We celebrate Taylor's block by playing another round of "Is This a...
77 min
Episode 62: Derek Estevez-Olsen v. George Shapiro
Derek Estevez-Olsen (TruthPoint) joins us in studio for one of the best reaction moments in show history, as the #FunkoPopChallenge gets taken to an all-new level when John opens his Funko gift from Stefan. Elsewhere, the Blocked Boys talk curling,...
79 min
Episode 61: Christine Bortolin v. An Ex-Employee
Christine Bortolin (improviser) returns for an episode that gets wild right out of the gate, as talk of the #FunkoPopChallenge goes sideways. John opens his first Funko Pop from a listener (and Christine brings him one as a gift!) and it leads to...
75 min
Episode 60: Gavin Matts v. Chris D'Elia
Gavin Matts (comedian) returns to deliver a double dose of D'Elia, though his block is a little more innocuous than Olivia Stadler's, as he tells Chris that another comedian is better than him. That's it. That's the whole block. Seems a bit sensitive...
74 min
Episode 59: Ellen Cushing v. Taylor Swift Fans
Ellen Cushing (The Atlantic) sparks the wrath of one of the worst online fanbases despite being a massive Taylor Swift fan herself, as the fans show Ellen no mercy for a fairly innocent Swift take, and it becomes pretty hard for her to look at her...
80 min
Episode 58: The 2020 Blocked Party Enemies List
It’s a new year and a new us, as we kick off the turn of the new decade by declaring our top 10 enemies for 2020. Enough with positive resolutions, it’s time that our enemies be identified and aware that we are not putting up with their shit in...
73 min
Episode 57: Clare Belford v. Her Uncle
Clare Belford (comedian) helps us understand that the time our mom added us on Facebook really wasn't as bad as we thought it was, because one time, her uncle added her on Instagram and it was...well, his profile was pretty horny. It's the perfect...
78 min
Episode 56: Taz VanRassel v. His Dad's Friend
Taz VanRassel (improviser, The Sunday Service) picks up a block in a surprising place: from a senior citizen! We didn't even know they knew how to block, but an ironic swear word in a Facebook post does the trick as Taz's dad gets served with a...
81 min
Episode 55: Jamie Loftus v. Mensa
Jamie Loftus (writer, Bechdel Cast) returns to give us a sneak peek of her new show, "My Year in Mensa", by detailing the time she went to a Mensa thing called "Nerd Camp" and got blocked from a very weird alt-right Mensa Facebook group as a result....
88 min
Episode 54: Olivia Stadler v. Chris D'Elia
Olivia Stadler (comedian) teaches Chris D'Elia (and us) a valuable lesson: just because you're famous doesn't mean you can slide into the DMs clumsily. An attempted meet-up ends with the two never meeting and Chris footing Olivia's hotel bar bill in a...
78 min
Episode 53: Jesse Farrar v. Jessica Morales Roc...
Jesse Farrar (Your Kickstarter Sucks, Go Off Kings) returns to the show, and whips up a frenzy to try and get blocked for the occasion. After firing barbs at the likes of Mark Cuban and Jonathan Chait, Jesse finally catches a block from "JMR" after...
96 min
Episode 52: Chris Locke v. Gary Gulman
Chris Locke (comedian) becomes our first guest to return for a second regular episode, and folks, it's a doozy. If last episode with Becca Lewis proved we were a smart podcast, we go all the way dumb on this one as Chris gets blocked by famed comedian...
85 min
Episode 51: Becca Lewis v. Internet Trolls
Becca Lewis (PhD candidate in Internet Politics, Stanford) makes us all smarter by telling us what life is like as a PhD student who exclusively studies internet culture. It's mostly good but also sometimes very bad, when that culture you research...
78 min
Episode 50: Nick Nemeroff v. Comedy Central Com...
Nick Nemeroff (comedian) gets very excited for his first TV appearance on Comedy Central, without considering that they have 3M Facebook followers, and they might have some opinions on his comedy that are very bad. However, Nick deals with it in the...
80 min
Episode 49: Chris Griffin v. A Girl He Met Afte...
Chris Griffin (comedian) joins us on the show to tell a cautionary tale: no matter how well you do at a show, and no matter how interested a woman seems, there's always the potential for things to go sideways. And go sideways they do, as the woman...
76 min
Episode 48: K.C. Novak v. A Booty Call
K.C. Novak (comedian) asks the question, "can you do sex tonight?" and folks, the answer isn't a positive one. We learn all about her ex-boyfriend and occasional lover blocking her while also leaning on K.C. for emotional support but also being mad at...
82 min
Episode 47: Sam Seder v. Dave Rubin
Sam Seder (Majority Report) is definitely not encouraging you or discouraging you from asking Dave Rubin to debate him, as he fills us in on the months-long saga that progressed from an offer for a debate to a Twitter muting to finally a blocking....
73 min
Episode 46: Paul Bae v. A Twitter Troll
Paul Bae (The Black Tapes, Marvels, The Big Loop) joins us for a block as old as time: a Twitter egg replies to you, you dunk on him for a few minutes, and then you get blocked. As far as old tales go, the Blocked Boys also waste no time getting to...
83 min
Episode 45: Cait Raft v. Their Middle School Crush
Cait Raft (JackAM, This Podcast is Self Care) created 30+ AIM accounts to profess their love for their middle school crush, ranging from posing as his best friend to blatantly creating accounts just for him, and he blocked 'em all! It's one of our...
73 min
Episode 44: Graham Wright v. Gary Janetti
Graham Wright (Tokyo Police Club, Girlfriend Material, our theme song writer) joins us for a lot of firsts: the first time our theme song has ever been played live, the first cold open in the show's history, and the first time a Block Tale has been...
74 min
Episode 43: Josiah Hughes v. Mike Bullard
Josiah Hughes (writer, blink-155 podcast) dips deep into the well of CanCon to discuss being blocked by a legendary Canadian talk show host about a matter of "chivalry". The Blocked Boys also look at the famous episode of Open Mike where Tom Green...
86 min
Episode 42: Andrea Jin v. Contest Voters
Andrea Jin (comedian) tells us that she'll do just about anything for votes in a stand-up comedy contest, whether that means showing her body, face, or stringing along a guy from Miami. Also on the show, The Blocked Boys finally put a pin in the...
75 min
Episode 41: Guy Branum v. Antoni Porowski
One of the most requested guests in Blocked Party history, Guy Branum (comedian, author “My Life as a Goddess”) joins the show to help us learn why a man with a 6-pack should never be trusted to be a food critic. Speaking of food, John continues...
62 min
Episode 40: Sophia Johnson v. Her Classmate
Sophia Johnson (actor, comedian) is probably the first woman in history to get blocked for playing Magic: The Gathering with a guy her classmate had a crush on. He played an all-blue deck, so he was probably too controlling anyway. This episode sees...
85 min
Episode 39: Kevin Banner v. Gene Simmons
Kevin Banner (comedian) returns, this time on a regular episode, to tell us about the time he pissed off the lead singer of KISS and the Prime Minister of Canada in one fell swoop. Kevin and John get an up-close look at Stefan’s new weed pen as they...
65 min
Episode 38: Bobby Big Wheel v. Benny Johnson
Bobby Big Wheel (internet funnyman) gets Stefan extremely excited for his Block Tale by getting blocked by Stefan's most hated man on the internet, Benny Johnson. This block also leads to an extremely fun revelation during the listener block segment,...
75 min
Episode 37: Rachel Schaefer v. Her “Roommate”
Rachel Schaefer (comedian) joins us to tell a story of how a close friend became an unwitting roommate after she asked to couch surf and then never left. Needless to say, the story doesn’t end well. The Blocked Boys don’t waste any time and give a...
76 min
Episode 36: Jake Flores v. Jen Kirkman
Jake Flores (comedian, Pod Damn America) spins the wheel of comedy blocks he has and lands on Jen Kirkman, who we find out even blocked one of our listeners for just tweeting “Russia” at her. The Blocked Boys then get riled up talking about dog...
66 min
Episode 35: Dave Shumka v. The Captain's Boil
Dave Shumka (Stop Podcasting Yourself, This Sounds Serious) shows some dedication to the show, reviving his SPY Twitter exchange with crappy restaurant The Captain's Boil in an effort to be blocked for the show. That doesn't work, but a surprise...
68 min
Episode 34: Karen Geier v. Ed Krassenstein
Karen Geier (writer, On Belief podcast) proves to be a dream guest as she's blocked by a long-time nemesis of the podcast, Ed Krassenstein, who follows up blocking her with a weird series of emails that do nothing to dispel the Krassenbrothers' creepy...
79 min
Episode 33: Dave Harris v. An Ex-Girlfriend
Dave Harris (comedian, Beer Me) uses the threat of a block to win back an ex-girlfriend (and it works! Sort of). Elsewhere, the Blocked Boys continue on their crusade to be the first show ever with multiple hosts that refuse to use the term co-host...
78 min
Episode 32: Stacey McLachlan v. A MasterChef Ju...
Stacey McLachlan (comedian, Nasty Women Comedy, AfterChef Junior) shows us that you can never be too sure who listens to your podcast after she gets blocked by the parent of a MasterChef Junior contestant. It's also a huge episode as the Blocked Boys...
76 min
Episode 31: Jon Hendren v. Lin-Manuel Miranda
Jon Hendren (@fart, internet funnyman) hates that we introduce him as "internet funnyman", but we do it anyway. We also hate Lin-Manuel Miranda's daily affirmations, and Jon tells the story of how he found out that LMM hates when people criticize...
78 min
Episode 30: Hunter Collins v. "Felix"
Hunter Collins (comedian) brings a hidden identity with him to the podcast, as the threat of actual legal action makes this Block Tale so juicy we can't reveal exactly who he was blocked by. But it's a wild story and easily our best Blocked Tale yet....
80 min
Episode 29: Kath Barbadoro v. Nick Jackson
Kath Barbadoro (comedian, What a Time to Be Alive, Wrestlesplania) demonstrates how wrestlers are the most egregious name searchers on earth, as she manages to get blocked on both her personal and podcast account by one of the AEW's Young Bucks...
82 min
Episode 28: Tom Hill v. A Basketball Player
Tom Hill (comedian, Hip.Bang!) is the first person to come on the show with a PHYSICAL block, as he gets owned in a game of basketball and his dead tooth from the incident haunts his acting career from then on. After the Blocked Boys once again dive...
85 min
Episode 27: Alex Goldman v. William Shatner
Alex Goldman (Reply All) and the Blocked Boys attempt to solve a mystery for the ages: if you never interact with someone, why do they block you? We dig around to try and find the truth about why Alex was blocked by Captain Kirk. The BBs also explore...
75 min
Episode 26: Allie Entwistle v. Her Best Friend
Allie Entwistle (comedian, Brunch Comedy) joins the show this week to demonstrate that even those who are the closest to us can block us, as she gets blocked by her sketch comedy partner and best friend. The Blocked Boys also get into John's past as a...
83 min
Episode 25: Kevvy v. A Fan’s Dad
Kevvy (musician, producer, Fake Shark) shows the Blocked Boys that there are fewer embarrassments worse for a teenage girl than your father getting in a Twitter war with your favourite band’s lead singer. Before that, the episode goes way off the...
79 min
Episode 24: Denea Campbell v. An Incel Ex
Denea Campbell (improviser, Nasty Women Comedy) joins the Blocked Boys to let them know what happens when you get old, don’t have a high school degree, and get dumped by your much younger girlfriend. Strong lessons, indeed. Your favorite BBs also...
69 min
Episode 23: Myles Anderson v. A Clingy Craigsli...
Myles Anderson (comedian) tells us what happens when a random from Craigslist thinks the laptop you sell him comes with tech support. The Blocked Boys also keep it classy this week with long talks about hiking, art, neighbourly love, and the funniest...
77 min
Episode 22: Patrick Monahan v. Meghan McCain
Patrick Monahan (comedian, What a Time to Be Alive) joins the show to help us profile the fastest blocker on Twitter, Meghan McCain (did you know her dad fought in the war?) as Stefan also details his tango with her. It's a double block! Elsewhere,...
85 min
Episode 21: Ember Konopaki v. The Youth of Today
Ember Konopaki (comedian, improviser) joins us as we learn the importance of locking your Twitter account when you work with kids, leading John to tell the story of his students finding his LiveJournal. The Blocked Boys also go in on old cell phones,...
84 min
Episode 20: Kyle Bottom v. Adam Something
Kyle Bottom (comedian, Just for Laughs) joins the show to reveal what happens when Canadian people try and get involved with random American right-wingers on Twitter. It doesn't end well. The Blocked Boys also get to the bottom of cuckolding, personal...
68 min